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Plant pot

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The plant pot has a very important function in a garden or a green space, since in addition to being very practical, it is also used as a piece of furniture; the market offers a wide range of products to choose the most suitable plant pot for your needs. In fact you can choose between a vase for plants in modern style, which allows the home to always be fashionable, or a vase for plants in classic style that is suitable for any type of furniture, since the classic is timeless; finally you can opt for an ethnic vase, which gives the house an exotic and very detailed touch. There are also many materials used to make a plant pot, from terracotta, wood, PVC, ceramics, to natural fibers.


The terracotta is by far the most used material for the realization of a vase for plants, since being a completely natural material, it is not perceived as a stranger by the ground and by the plants, but integrates itself perfectly; thanks to its reddish color, the terracotta plant pot adapts to any type of furnishing and architectural style. The porosity of the terracotta allows the absorption of any excess water and, through the formation of a green layer on the surface of the vase, allows the identification of the state of health of the plants; moreover, it is a material that does not damage the environment, but can be disposed of in a natural way.


Even the wooden plant pot is much appreciated for being inserted in natural environments such as gardens and green spaces, since the wood being completely composed of natural fibers, allows the vases to blend into the garden and create a union harmonious that enhances the house in all its parts. Wood is a 100% eco-sustainable material, in fact at the end of its life cycle it can be biologically disposed of without causing any damage to the external environment; the wooden plant pot is made with solid wood, that is the wood that is taken directly from the trunk of the trees to give greater strength and solidity over time. Thanks to its elegance, the wood adapts to any type of architectural style and makes it possible to enhance any type of environment, since it can be decorated with inlays and motifs of various kinds; the wood needs constant maintenance in order to fully show off its elegance.


The plant pot in PVC is also highly appreciated, a material recently discovered but which is highly successful in the field of doors and windows and furnishings, and is especially appreciated for its high resistance to atmospheric agents and acids , in fact it is a water repellent and fireproof material. The plant pot in PVC is also very insulating and allows the soil of the plant to always maintain the same temperature even in the case of strong changes in temperature that could compromise the health of the plant; moreover, despite being a petroleum derivative, PVC is not a polluting material, since it can be recycled entirely in all its components, in order to be reused for the creation of new objects. The PVC plant pot does not need excessive maintenance, since it can also be cleaned only with the help of a damp cloth.


Another material widely used to build a plant pot is ceramic, which besides being a very elegant material, is also very resistant to impact and scratches; moreover, being composed of natural matter, it does not damage the environment, but safeguards it. The ceramic adapts well to any temperature, does not fear thermal excursions and is a fireproof and waterproof material; the ceramic plant pot can be decorated by hand with custom motifs that suit your tastes, to be even more elegant.


Very natural for a plant pot are the natural fibers, which allow to give a personalized touch to home environments; moreover, the plant pot in natural fibers is very light and can be moved from one place to another without any difficulty. These fibers make it possible to safeguard the environment and be easily disposed of without polluting, because they are formed entirely from materials of natural origin; they also regenerate themselves in contact with the air.